Accounts receivable financing is a time-tested financing method for producing quick working capital. Also known as factoring, this type of financing involves selling invoices to companies who do the work to get those invoices paid. You get a percentage...
As a business owner, you have a lot on your plate. Many things could potentially keep you up at night: hiring and retaining competent employees, producing useful goods and services, attracting a loyal customer base. All of these things...
Small businesses crop up every day. Small business is thriving in a way not seen since the birth of American consumerism. However, traditional banks are often wary of providing capital to these small businesses to help them thrive. In...
In today’s financial climates, companies need to stay competitive with each other. As such, it is important that they maintain a steady revenue stream or have ready access to assets. Many companies may need to finance certain ventures. In...
In the world of finance, businesses rarely have steady capital close by. Whenever a company needs ready access to capital, it has options to gain that access. One of those options is the process of asset-based lending. Asset-based lending...
In your personal life, you’ve probably applied for loans such as mortgage loans, auto loans or even student loans. If you’re among the millions of people in these categories, you know how critical it is to maintain a good...
When you run a business, you work hard to ensure the organization is making a profit. The same goes for managing a company's finances. You and your colleagues continually look for ways to create and market products and to...
Commercial real estate can be a tough business to crack. You can know everything there is to know, but that knowledge does you little good if you have no clients. Even once you find clients, the closing process can...
In most business transactions, typically you have two entities: the buyer and the seller. The transactions involve the exchange of goods or services. However, some business transactions involves a third party. This type of transaction occurs when the seller...
The Small Business Administration (SBA) often guarantees loans for smaller companies, particularly those in economically underdeveloped areas. It partners with nonprofits called Certified Development Companies (CDCs) to bolster the local economy and contribute to the success of businesses serving...